Is it wrong for Intervarsity Christian Fellowship to fight Anti-Semitism in college campuses?

Yes, it is absolutely wrong for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF), Campus Crusades for Christ (CCC), Reformed University Fellowship (RUF), Chi Alpha, the Navigators, or any other Christian group on college campuses to fight anti-Semitism.

Why?  Because the New Testament is “anti-Semitic” in its content.  Jews consider the New Testament as anti-Semitic, because the Gospels emphasize that it was the Jews who killed Jesus Christ.

Jews are right.  Using the definition that Jews have made for “anti-Semitism”, the New Testament is absolutely anti-Semitic.

Just read the four Gospels for yourself, and put yourself in the shoes of the Jews and see if Jews will be offended by the Gospels in the New Testament.

Jesus Christ Himself said that the Gospel is a stumbling block for Jews.  Jesus Christ was aggressively “anti-Semitic”, and this was intentional on the part of Jesus Christ.

Christ expects IVCF, CCC, RUF, and other Christian groups in college campuses to uphold the content and the intent of the Gospels of the New Testament.  Thus, fighting anti-Semitism is against the Will of God for Christian college and university groups.